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Increases in populations of mistletoes were observed in undisturbed eucalypt forest near Eden, New South Wales. Repeated counts in an ecological research area showed that there were large increases in mistletoes over 13 years. Populations of mistletoes quadrupled in areas that had few or no prescribed burns. Mistletoes doubled in areas that were patchily burnt by fires of generally low intensity six times in 13 years, but this increase was not statistically significant. Hypotheses advanced todoi:10.1080/00049158.2005.10674968 fatcat:wqvuuptqoncp5df5wbpagh7hfi